Liel Leibovitz

Liel Leibovitz is a senior writer for Tablet Magazine.

Despicable Meme: Why the Quenelle Is the Grumpy Cat of Anti-Semites

Like all viral hits, the reverse Nazi salute is hard to explain and harder to resist, which makes it all the more dangerous

The Lives They Lived

As Israel sets Palestinian prisoners free, remembering their victims

Israel in the Universe

The Friday Review of Books

Forget the Anti-Semites—It’s the Idiots We Should Fear

The ASA’s decision to boycott Israel is just the latest in a troubling trend of sheer political stupidity, threatening Jews and others

Why We Should Keep Reading Hemingway

The Friday Review of Books

The ASA’s Guide to World Peace

The organization voted to boycott Israel. Here’s who they’re not boycotting.

An Appreciation for the Man Who Killed Shimon Peres’ Career

Sefi Rivlin, the iconic Israeli comedian who died earlier this month, revolutionized the country’s political scene

Abu Ghosh, the Anti Silicon Valley

Jerusalem’s Hummus satellite declares war on smart phones

Tila Tequila, Jew (?), Converts to Sexy Hitler

With raunchy Auschwitz shot, naturally

Jews and Booze in the Kingdom of Poland

The Friday Review of Books

In Defense of the Crass Consumerism of Walmart—and Everyone Else

Enough already with blasting shopping as soulless: Jewish tradition is nothing if not a defense of commerce

Having Boycotted Israel, American Academics Must Now Boycott Themselves

On the tricky logic of assigning guilt

In Israel, Death of a Wedding Singer Who Was an Icon of Palestinian Culture

The murder of Shafik Kabha raises questions about the rampant violence in the Israeli Arab community

Arik Einstein, Israel’s Greatest Singer, Dies at 74

The pop sensation defined and preserved Israeli culture—until he no longer could

Introducing The Friday Review of Books

Liel Leibovitz’s weekly literary series

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